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The Record

Wednesday, May 8, 2024

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Civil Society Initiative open house

4–6 p.m. Wednesday, May 8



‘Early childhood education to shape the future workforce’

Noon Thursday, May 9



‘Advancing Neuroscience’ seminar

3:30 p.m. Friday, May 10

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WashU in the News

It may be safe for some to wait 15 years for repeat colonoscopy, study suggests

NBC News

Long COVID-19’s impact continues to be felt globally

The World (PRX)

WashU recruits epidemiologist to lead new public health school

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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Washington People

Caitlyn Collins

Sociologist Caitlyn Collins, in Arts & Sciences, has focused her career on researching and advocating for policy solutions for working mothers and their families. Now that she’s a working mother herself, her efforts have taken on new meaning.

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Caitlyn Collins

Campus and community news


Powers discusses book on experimental film

John Powers, in Arts & Sciences, takes part in a podcast about his recent book, “Technology and the Making of Experimental Film Culture,” which explores how the Bolex camera and other small-gauge media technologies provided the infrastructure for experimental filmmaking at the height of its cultural impact.

New Books Network

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Who Knew WashU?

Question: WashU’s graduating Class of 2024 boasts many achievements in sustainability, with bright futures ahead. Which of the following are among student accomplishments?

A) Reducing carbon emissions from operating rooms
B) Launching a startup to reduce food waste from grocery stores
C) Bringing electric shuttle buses to WashU
D) All of the above

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